Sarah [Muir Galloway]
they all left her, he said she did not seem to mind much, he said he had just been watching her to see how she looked that night he said if John went out anywhere she looked lonesome but as soon as he came in she looked up in his face and smiled and seemed all right again I have done ample justice to that part have I not John (I thought there was [one awanting?] John, guess who) you seem to have forgot that when you wrote your [part?] to us you told us not to write till you wrote again, that is why we were so long in answering yours I don't know what would give me more pleasure than scrambling with you to the top of the high ridge you spoke about. That is a first- rate plan of yours to set you up in the morning no chance for lying a little longer is there John. I saw that drawing of yours you sent to Joanne it is very well done I think Take a sketch of Pr. Du Chin if you can, and mark the house where you stay and then I can tap at the door every morning and ask for John if I choose we are all well here, write soon and may God bless you and prove the Friend that sticketh closer than Brother or sister is the prayer of your affectionate sister Sarah 00247 I hope you have received my last letter enclosed with one from Maggie and John Reid
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